Shaoxing Hotel (Huanshan Road)
Travel Blogs from Shaoxing
... method, in addition to future modes of communication, and after about two hours of sitting down with her had ordered a box from her factory. The box was to be sent to my home address in Amherst, cost about $75 USD and would arrive in 3-4 weeks. The content would be 400 small fish tank decorations (your welcome mom and dad). If the first box arrives successfully at my house, I set in place the structure to order another 3 boxes for $200 each....and ...
... seat. Fifteen hours on that plane and just when I got used to being on the aircraft, we landed and a whole new set of nerves set in. As I walked into the airport, following the crowd of people walking towards immigration, utter exhaustion hit. I kept thinking to myself, how in the hell am I going to be able to find the shuttle bus and spend another three hours on it without passing out. I put my negative thoughts away and made my way to baggage claim. Outside of ...
... finding pork in them! Which when this was pointed out the waiters just picked the meat out and bought the same dishes back out which didnt go down too well) Other than this it was really nice! After lunch we were back out to the middle of nowhere in Moganshan. We dropped our bags into the hostel and went straight out for an hour walk to a lagoon through the bamboo forests to watch the sunset! It was amazing! Perfect relaxing end to the ...
... dumpling eating skills too and there is no spilled hot pork juices this time!
Great day (and perfect timing after yesterday's mishaps!). We have also finished leg 1 of our train journeys with the bullet train which is satisfying. Although later James finds the highest speed train reaching 480km/h connects a nearby metro station to the Pudong airport.....it's planned for Friday to get us to our flight to Hong Kong.......always a silver lining ...
... from North Carolina in the U.S of A. We all enjoy our free lunch of traditional Chinese dishes, part ways for some sight seeing and agree to meet up for some Tsingtao beer later. We head for the main attraction in Hangzhou, the West Lake. We walk around it for a couple of hours trying to get to the other side. It's huge, like absolutely humongous. We start to wonder whether it is even possible to walk the whole distance round it. We stop at a map and stare at it looking baffled when ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services